Frank Chimero


Frank Chimero is an American graphic designer, artist, and writer. He is best known for his work in web design, illustration, and typography.=

Frank was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. He studied at the Art Institute of Portland, where he received his BFA in Graphic Design. After college, he went on to work as a freelance designer, creating websites, logos, and illustrations for a variety of clients.

Frank's style is characterized by its simplicity and playfulness. He often employs a muted color palette, minimal shapes, and plenty of white space. His work is often described as "intuitive," as he often creates designs that are both visually appealing and easy to understand.

In addition to his graphic design work, Frank also creates art and writings. He has written several books, including "The Shape of Design" and "A Pocket Guide to Designing for the Web." His drawings and paintings often explore themes of identity and playfulness.

Frank also speaks regularly at design conferences and workshops around the world. He has presented at AIGA's National Conference, SXSW, and the World Wide Web Conference. He has also been featured on TED Talks, NPR, and the BBC.

In addition to his professional work, Frank is also an avid hiker and gardener. He often takes walks in nature to explore and observe. His love of nature often influences his design work. Frank Chimero is a multi-talented individual with a passion for design, art, and writing. He is a master of his craft, and his work speaks for itself.